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My self-summary
I recently moved to Tampa for a new job and love the sunshine, traffic, and elderly folks Florida has to offer. I played baseball in college, am very competitive, and love sports. I don't take myself or any of this too seriously (clearly).
What I’m doing with my life
I work in baseball, love what I do, and hope I'm lucky enough to do it for a long time.

In my spare time I'm an aspiring house music deejay. I think this makes me very cool. So far I've learned how to hit play on the Alesso essential mix. I'm pretty confident that means I've made it.
I’m really good at
Googling things I'm not very good at. Google helped me tie the bow tie in my picture in 5 minutes. Now if only someone would post a video on how to take them off...

I think Google is sort of like the Wizard of Oz, except it does have all the answers. That, and it has enough $ to buy the Emerald City and put it in a room at Google headquarters, probably right next door to the indoor beach. Google's Oz probably isn't hiding behind a blanket using the Fake Caller ID app to trick people either.
The first things people usually notice about me
1) My style. Nothing says you're super cool like a polo shirt and khakis. #badass

2) My tattoos. Permanent tattoos are boring, I like to go with the fake neck tat from time to time so I can mix it up. The butterfly is a go to. Also, I killed a fly in the kitchen the other day and a teardrop tat is definitely in my future.

3) My witty sense of humor. I like to constantly tell people that I'm funny and clever, because there's nothing wittier (read: ironic) than someone explaining how clever they are right before they tell a bad joke.
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
Besides ESPN...Love HBO - Entourage, Newsroom, Game of Thrones, etc. Anything funny - Seinfeld, Colbert, those AT&T commercials with the little kids...

I love books, mostly the ones with lots of pictures but some of the ones with just words are ok too.

I prefer to listen to suburban college kids turned rappers. There's nothing more genuine or musically inspiring than a kid making it rain in his own YouTube video with Daddy's money.
Six things I could never do without
#hashtags, emotional life posts in my Facebook Newsfeed, Ke$ha, jorts, mirror pics, sarcasm
I spend a lot of time thinking about
If hipsters wear shoes that look like hooves, then why do they wear beenies instead of horns?

Seriously what happened to Amanda Bynes?
On a typical Friday night I am
Working, out with friends, or at a baseball game (sort of working).

Occasionally when I lived in NYC I would sneak into Brooklyn wearing a suit and pass out job applications, while drinking Bud Light. Needless to say, the hipsters' minds were blown.
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I have an online dating profile...
You should message me if
1) The concept of pictures without a mirror confounds you.

2) You're a zombie. (Didn't know this was a thing until coming on here)

3) You're still bitter they didn't pick you for the cast of Jersey Shore.

4) You're actually a middle aged dude sitting at home in your underwear.
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